Aaron Hicks

Aaron Hicks

Aaron Hicks
Quick Facts About Aaron Hicks
Celebrated Name Aaron Hicks
Age 34 years old
Nick Name Aaron Hicks
Birth Name Aaron Michael Hicks
Birth Date 1989-10-02
Gender Male
Profession Player
Birth Nation United States
Nationality American
Place of Birth San Pedro, California
Horoscope Libra
Education Wilson Classical High School
Father Joseph Hicks
Height 1.88 M
Weight 86 Kg
Net Worth $ 1,340,000

Who is Aaron Hicks?

Aaron Michael Hicks is popularly known as Aaron Hicks is an American professional baseball center fielder for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball. He started his career with Minnesota Twins in 2013.

What is Aaron Hicks Famous for?

Aaron Hicks is a professional baseball center fielder. His first professional season, he played for the Gulf Coast League and batted .318 with 4 home runs, 27 runs batted in and 12 stolen bases. He has been top 100 prospects by Baseball America for the four times.

Where did Aaron Hicks grow up?

Aaron Hicks was born on 2 October 1989 in San Pedro, California. His nationality is American. His birth sign is Libra. He attended Wilson Classical High School in Long Beach, California. The Minnesota Twins in the first round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft picked Hicks when he was in school.

Who are Aaron Hicks's Family?

Aaron Hicks was born to a father named Joseph Hicks and a mother named is unavailable. His father is a former outfielder for San Diego Padres. He has a brother named Joe Jr. His brother Joe Jr. told about their father is a former outfielder for San Diego Padres.

What is Aaron Hicks Doing Today?

Aaron Hicks playing for the Yankees. He enjoys playing golf and loves to watch boxing on the television.

Is Aaron Hicks Married?

Aaron Hicks is still single and enjoying his life. He never spoke about his private concerns in front of the media. There are no rumors about his relationship.

How much is Aaron Hicks's Net Worth?

Aaron Hicks signed a one -year $6 million contracts to remain with the Yankees on 11 January 2019. On February 25, he signed a seven-year, $70 million contract extension, replacing the one-year deal.

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